From the Road

Top Photo: The wine at night tanks as viewed from our coach.

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We found a very pleasant RV Park on Clear Lake which is the largest fresh water lake in CA & one of the oldest natural freshwater lakes in North America.

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Marfa Light Imperial Stout courtesy of Steve and Big Bend Brewing Company

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We moved over to the Humboldt County Fairgrounds and will be spending Thanksgiving with a couple of RV friends, John & Sue, that we met in northern Washington a few years ago. Life is good!

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We found a Harvest Hosts member that was actually a brewpub and we tucked our coach in nicely on the large lot behind the pub. Good beers and dinner just a short walk away.

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Our first casino stop! We decide to check out Cher-Ae Heights Casino to see what overnight parking is like at a casino. Twenty dollars for three night with potable water. Not bad.

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This park is the most northern in a string of redwood parks that stretch up the Northern California's coast. It contains seven percent of all the old-growth redwoods left in the world.

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We discovered there are two very good craft breweries in Brookings and a pizza restaurant where their beers are brewed at another location Oregon.

Our first stop was at Chetco Brewing Company right on Hwy 101 in downtown Brookings. The tasting room shared the building with a Thai restaurant and...

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Well, this turned out to be our lucky day. We pulled into Harris Beach SP scored the last site available overlooking the ocean. We're already enjoying the amazing view!

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One of the things we like about the Oregon coast is chanterelle mushrooms. We were introduced to them last fall and upon our arrival this year, we immediately started looking for them. As we moved down the coast from Newport, then Florence, followed by the Coos Bay area and then Cape Blanco/Port Orf...

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Porcupine leading the way on New River Trail.

This trail is an easy 3.2 mile loop trail that runs through a number of habitat types. Two short sections of the trail go along the road. Actually the loop is a collection of 6 short trails: Ocean View Trail, Huckleberry Hill Trail, Ridge Trail, North...

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